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Peter Rühmkorf (Dortmund, 25 October 1929 – Roseburg, Schleswig-Holstein, 8 June 2008) was a German writer who significantly influenced German post-war literature. Rühmkorf's literary career started in 1952 in Hamburg with the magazine Zwischen den Kriegen ("Between the Wars"), which the poet and essayist Werner Riegel and he edited and mainly wrote, until Riegel's early death in 1956. Both of them belonged to the initiators of the Studentenkurier, an influential monthly for young German intellectuals and students.

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  • 彼得·呂姆克爾夫
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  • Peter Rühmkorf (* 25. Oktober 1929 in Dortmund; † 8. Juni 2008 in Roseburg im Kreis Herzogtum Lauenburg (Schleswig-Holstein); Pseudonyme: Lyng, Leo Doletzki, Leslie Meier, Johannes Fontara (gemeinsam mit Werner Riegel), John Frieder, Hans-Werner Weber, Harry Flieder, Hans Hingst; Übername: Lyngi) war einer der bedeutendsten deutschen Lyriker, Essayisten und Pamphletisten nach 1945.
  • Peter Rühmkorf, né le 25 octobre 1929 à Dortmund et mort le 8 juin 2008 à Roseburg, est un poète, essayiste et pamphlétaire allemand.
  • Peter Rühmkorf (Dortmund, 25 oktober 1929 - Hamburg, 8 juni 2008) was een Duitse schrijver, essayist, pamfletschrijver en dichter. Hij schreef onder meer onder de pseudoniemen Leo Doletzki, Leslie Meier, Johannes Fontara, Lyng, John Frieder, Hans-Werner Weber, Harry Flieder en Hans Hingst. Hij ontving verscheidene belangrijke Duitse literatuurprijzen, waaronder de Georg-Büchner-Preis. Hij stierf op 78-jarige leeftijd aan de gevolgen van kanker.
  • 彼得·呂姆克爾夫(德语:Peter Rühmkorf,1929年10月25日-2008年6月8日),德國著名戰後作家。曾使用的筆名有:Leo Doletzki、Leslie Maier、Johannes Fontara、Lyng、John Frieder、Hans-Werner Weber、Harry Flieder、與Hans Hingst。 呂姆克爾夫1952年開始寫作,至1956年間固定於漢堡的「Zwischen den Kriegen (戰爭之間)」雜誌發表文章,與威爾納·黎格爾(德语:Werner Riegel)、阿諾·施密特(德语:Arno Schmidt)與庫爾特·希勒(德语:Kurt Hiller),共同成為「Studentenkurier」(即今「konkret」)政論月刊1955年創刊的創刊作家。
  • Питер Рюмкорф (нем. Peter Rühmkorf; 25 октября 1929, Дортмунд — 8 июня 2008,Розебург, Шлезвиг-Гольштейн) — один из известнейших немецких поэтов, эссеистов и пародистов послевоенного периода, литературный критик. Использовал псевдонимы: Lyng, Leo Doletzki, Leslie Meier, Johannes Fontara (совместно с Вернером Ригелем), John Frieder, Hans-Werner Weber, Harry Flieder, Hans Hingst.
  • Peter Rühmkorf (Dortmund, 25 October 1929 – Roseburg, Schleswig-Holstein, 8 June 2008) was a German writer who significantly influenced German post-war literature. Rühmkorf's literary career started in 1952 in Hamburg with the magazine Zwischen den Kriegen ("Between the Wars"), which the poet and essayist Werner Riegel and he edited and mainly wrote, until Riegel's early death in 1956. Both of them belonged to the initiators of the Studentenkurier, an influential monthly for young German intellectuals and students.
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